#OnlyCrewWillDo - Crew Clothing

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Last year, I worked with Crew Clothing on their #TrueCrew campaign. Overall, we enjoyed working together and decided to do so again. This time, Crew wanted to celebrate all things navy, and that is an easy thing for me to get behind. If I only had one colour option in my wardrobe... that would be it.


Crew Clothing is a brand that I will always be a fan of, without fail. They are a high quality, fair priced and practical brand, with a subtle style that I appreciate more and more over time. This campaign, celebrating the colour that never goes out of style is a testament to the fact that Crew Clothing want to sell you items that will last and that you will still be wearing for years to come.

Don't worry, this isn't a situation where I have had to stuff the bag full of random things to fill it out and make it look respectable. On this day, I was spending a lot of time in the university library working on a rather last-minute assignment (oops), and I used the beautiful Kerridge Work Bag to transport my laptop and numerous pieces of paper. It is as functional as it is stylish.

Lately I have become a massive fan of sweaters. I'm not sure if it's because of the fact that I feel like they help hide my Christmas weight, or purely because I don't have to think in the morning and they are damn comfortable (especially that reason on library days). For whatever reason it is, I have been wearing the Pentbridge navy sweater and awful lot since I have had it. The fit is perfect and it works with everything. Can you ask for more for £50? Nope.

Rob.


*Crew Clothing kindly offered me the Pentbridge Sweater and Kerridge Work Bag in return for this review. This in no way affects my views on the items, I just can't find fault with them.